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Acadians, Francophones, and French-speaking Islanders now have guaranteed access to even more French language services. Many more services have become available to Islanders since the, French Language Services Act, came into effect in 2013 – from in-person services to web content on the Prince...
The word mawi’omi in Mi’kmaq means “gathering,” and that’s exactly what students will be doing on Mawi’omi Day June 21 at the Abegweit First Nation. Mawi’omi Day is a pilot project that provides 65 students from Stonepark Intermediate, Mount Stewart Consolidated, and École François-Buote to...
The French Language Services Act Annual Report is submitted by the Minister responsible for Acadian and Francophone Affairs to the Legislative Assembly each fiscal year. The report contains information on the activities of the Acadian and Francophone Affairs Secretariat and government institutions...